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Council leader Chris Boden pledged to find new ways to provide affordable housing in Fenland after admitting the current system "is broken".

Some of the 183 pupils in Cambridgeshire with special education needs and disability (SEND) who use taxis or get to school in low occupancy vehicles, sometimes with passenger assistants, could be taught how to travel independently.

He may or may not be days away from delivering Brexit by October 31, but MP Steve Barclay has taken comfort in 'man's best friend' to put matters into perspective.

Conservationists have thrown in the towel and agreed with Fenland District Council that two 18th century Wisbech shops - one listed in 1976 and the other in 1983 - can be demolished.

Two vehicles crashed on a quiet Cambridgeshire road at the same time but in separate incidents.



A Fen restaurant owner has raised £200 for charity after organising a football match in aid of Alzheimer's Society.

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